Olivier Beytout is particularly fond of the word “Cyclops.” “I think every photographer,” he explained, “is a Cyclops, since, if you’re using traditional cameras, you always keep one eye closed and show only the oversize, round eye of the lens.” Olivier Beytout is all smile, but his kindness does not cloud his lucidity. Olivier Beytout is all eyes, generously gazing...
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